one-shot operation

one-shot operation

[′wən ‚shät ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
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Singh said the government is committed to pursuing whatever is feasible to deal with black money, tax evasion and corruption, but it is not a one-shot operation.
One-shot operation allows the sensor to sleep for extended periods, waking only to provide an instantaneous reading when triggered by the system.
The toy box is pretty full at all trim levels, the T4 spec test car coming with dual zone climate control air con, electric windows all round with one-shot operation, eight-speak er sound system and CD player with steering wheel mounted controls, sat nav, trip computer and the rest.
The toy box is pretty full at all trim levels, the T4 spec test car coming with dual zone climate control air con, electric windows all round with one-shot operation, eight-speaker sound system and CD player with steering wheel mounted controls, sat nav, trip computer and the rest.
But the killers caught up with him in the early hours of yesterday and he was executed in a professional one-shot operation outside an apartment block in Dundalk.
Allen declined to say whether this store would be a prototype unit or a one-shot operation.